Where Do You Vote? Where Can You Find Results?
Voting locations open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.
Remember when you registered to vote, and in the mail came your voter registration card?
Now is a good time to find it if you put it aside.
But in case you can't, here is a list of voting places open for Tuesday's election. If you are uncertain which polling place you are registered to vote at, check this link on the Lake County website:
Input your name, house number, zip code, and date of birth, and the website determines whether you are registered and what location you should vote at.
Want to find on election results? The Lake County website will begin show voting totals after the polls close at 7 p.m. Click HERE for more information.
Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch will be covering the 10th, 58th and 59th congressional district races, plus the Lake Bluff Park District Referendum. Check back throughout the night for updates as they are available.
Here is a list of voting places in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff broken down by Township Precincts:
Cherokee Elementary School, 475 Cherokee Road, Lake Forest: Moraine Township 200, 201
Christ Church, 100 N. Washington Road, Lake Forest:Shields Township 248, West Deerfield Township 406, 407
Lake Forest Place, 1100 Pembridge Drive, Lake Forest: Shields Township 249, 255
Gorton Community Center, 400 E. Illinois Road, Lake Forest: Shields Township 250, 251, 252, 253 and 254
Lake Forest West Train Station, 911 Telegraph Road, Lake Forest:Vernon Township 261, 476, West Deerfield Township 408
Cherokee Elementary School, 475 Cherokee Road, Lake Forest:West Deerfield Township 403
Lake Forest Senior Center, 100 E. Old Mill Road, Lake Forest:West Deerfield Township 404
Union Church Of Lake Bluff, 525 E. Prospect Ave. Lake Bluff: Shields Township 240
Lake Bluff Park District Community Center, 355 W. Washington Ave., Lake Bluff: Shields Township 244, 247
Knollwood Fire Station, 14 N. Skokie Highway (Route 41), Lake Bluff: Shields Township 242, 243